|DOAC-Test||RUO||Very sensitive RVV-based test for all DOACs. Detects rivaroxaban, apixaban, edoxaban and betrixaban but is insesitive to LA and heparin.||X9211||10ml vial|
New or novel oral anticoagulants (DOACs) include direct inhibitors of thrombin (eg dabigatran) as well as factor Xa (eg rivaroxaban, apixaban and edoxaban). The latter are difficult to quantitate using current clotting methods and chromogenic assays for individual DOACs have been developed. DOAC test reagent is a modified phospholipid-rich dilute Russells viper venom reagent with enhanced sensititivity to the new oral anti-coagulants. The reagent is ready for use and stable for approximately 1 year stored at 4°C.
Simple test for all DOACs "onboard" stability >24 hours for immediate testing of urgent samples. Can be adapted for whole blood clotting tests.